Elliot Wave Theory

Elliott Wave Theory. A theory made by R.N. Elliott in 1939 explaining that stock market prices change along certain waves or patterns, in answer to a natural progression of changes in the psychology of investors. Such shifts occur when fear and greed dominate investor moods.

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